A week ago I posted a gloat about buying 100bf of 12/4 oak on ebay for
I cut off a chunk today to make a new centerboard for my sailboat and
discovered it is actually white oak with unusually good figure! (since WO
is more durable than RO, I really scored there...)
Since I really have no use for that much 12/4, and no means to resaw it, I
am thinking of cutting it into 1" pieces, turning them on side, and gluing
them together to make 4/4 QSWO.
Does this make sense, or am I getting carried away?